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Experience Invest launches interactive UK student property investment guide

Author: Gemma





Investment in student property in the UK has steadily increased over the past few years, with many investors searching for a ways to generate a passive income from the country’s top performing asset class.

Investors considering entering in student accommodation in the UK, London-based property company, Experience Invest has just launched a new and interactive 2015 UK Student Accommodation Guide.

Experience Invest first introduced student accommodation to investors seeking an alternative to the UK’s more traditional property markets several years ago and during this time the sector has seen phenomenal growth.

This foresight combined with the rapid emergence of the sector has rewarded investors with strong returns.
Once considered an alternative to the UK’s more traditional property markets, the Knight Frank 2014 Student Property Index shows that total returns from student accommodation outperformed all other property asset classes in the year to September. This has been the case since 2011.

Access the free 2015 student property investment guide…

Suitable for first time investors considering investing in student property in the UK or landlords looking to expand their property portfolio, the guide provides access to the latest news, tips and reviews.

In its third year, the guide has been produced to deliver breaking news and expert information about the UK’s student property market. Follow the link to gain instant access to the guide.

Your 2015 UK Student Accommodation Guide will include:

• The latest news and information on the sector
• Top tips from industry experts
• Risks vs rewards
• Student property investment location guide
• A sneak peek of available UK student accommodation opportunities

Click here to access the complimentary student property investment guide from Experience Invest.

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